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Writing To DVD-RWs,DVD-Rs and CD-RWs

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I'm having a problem writing to DVD-RW/Rs and CD-RWs.
I've downloaded a couple of freebie software for burning (I scanned tham for bugs).
But, every time I try to burn a DVD or CD-RW my System shuts down and Reboots.
Then it comes up with the error message that says Windows is sending the report to
No problem using CD-Rs.
I tried "Restoring" Windows, but with little effect in solving the problem.
I was going to try doing a Repair Install, but I think my System will tell me that the
copy on CD is older than the copy thats already in the System (then I'd have to
re-update my Service Packs---right now I've got SP3).
This may sound lazy, but I'd rather not go the route of re-installing Windows.
I would , quite literally, have to start all over again.
How could I test my System and (possibly) find out what the problem is.....not enough
speed, memory......
*SIDE NOTE : Could a harware conflict cause this much of a problem ?
I noticed in my listing of harware, theres is a conflict (the game port).
Making reference to "not enough" resources.
I did get a couple of error messeages.
1) System Error 102, Event ID 1103
2) Application Hang Error 101, Event ID 1002
(referring to IE8 and avp.exe programs)

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You may want to try checking for any upper and lower filter drivers.

Have a look here.
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